Award winning filmmaker - writer, director, producer - residing in New York City. Currently working on my first feature film, Pickings.
Name: Usher Morgan
Lives in: New York City, New York
Film by Usher Morgan (Action and Thriller) Producer, Director, Writer A single mother and local bar owner gets bullied and pulled into a cycle of violence, murder and terror when she refuses to give in to the demands of a short-tempered mobster.
Two Girls, One Up
Film (short) by Jenn An (Comedy) Producer Two sisters get caught in a game of one upping.
Film (short) by Usher Morgan (Crime) Producer, Director, Writer, Editor Good Kids follows a stoned father (Vince Tula) and his emotionally depraved wife (Angela Ray Clark) as they get high and reminisce about the "good old days." 'Good Kids' is a 'psychedelic film-noir' that provides a glimpse into the mind of a stoner, as he recalls his own past experiences and encounters with bullies in school and his strange opinions about the privileges that some parents have over others. Written by Usher Morgan
Film (short) by Usher Morgan (Comedy) Producer, Director, Writer, Editor Prego is a short comedy film by Usher Morgan that tells the story of Emily (Katie Vincent), a young woman confronting a one-night stand (Taso Mikroulis) with the revelation that she's pregnant. Things go from bad to worse when Emily discovers that Mark is not an ideal father figure.
Runaways: Chase's Story
Film (short) by Charmain Johnson (Action, Crime and Drama) Editorial department At the age of 16, Chase Miller has been passed from foster home to foster home his entire life. Once he arrives at his newest foster home and he is pushed to the brink of madness and desperation by a bully, Chase makes a difficult decision that will change the course of his life forever. Written by Anonymous
Film by Charlton Jacob Jacques (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Editorial department A prime-time network news magazine show premieres controversial leaked footage from a highly-classified U.S. government program named Nocturne Six that recruits citizens with extrasensory abilities. Forced into the program by unscrupulous means, these gifted, yet apprehensive citizens, known as "guardians", are sent to parallel planes of Earth in order to thwart imminent attacks by dangerous supernatural entities. A live investigation by the news show at the abandoned site of the Nocturne Six program quickly devolves and exposes the unearthly evils that the guardians faced in their treacherous missions. Written by FilmSource LA
HIV, a Whole Different Story
Film by Nicole Zwiren (Documentary, History, Mystery and News) Producer Uncovers the hidden controversy about HIV that the United States government doesn't want you to know exists; since the beginning of the HIV epidemic, top scientists and doctors have questioned the validity of HIV as a deadly virus, or even as a virus that exists at all. Nicole Zwiren takes on the topic of whether or not HIV is really a harmful virus, by interviewing doctors, scientists, journalists, and patients who have been involved in HIV's history, and she presents information that helps the viewer decide what to believe. Written by Anonymous
Television (Comedy) Producer, Editorial department Macey Edwards is being evicted from her apartment and needs to find a job quick. Her best friend and veteran Party Princess, Vianka Butterfield, recognizes her princess potential and connects her with a job as a Party Princess. Weird bosses, strange customers, and unforgiving children make being a professional Party Princess dreadful. Will Macey survive her Princess job before her eviction date? Written by Josh Bednarsky
Path to Shadow Hill
Film (short) by Charlton Jacob Jacques (Horror) Editorial department "Path to Shadow Hill" is a prologue that introduces Malin Vorona, a young woman who battles a deceptive dark force from her past that has seemingly returned to deliver its wrath upon her and some unfortunate citizens of the small town of Shadow Hill, South Dakota. These eclectic characters and their lives in this sinister locale are presented as a prologue to the feature film "Shadow Hill". Written by Foresight Entertainment
Film (short) by Alex Colonna (Horror) Visual effects A drifter spends the night in an abandoned house and encounters a mysterious window.
Let's Make a Movie
Film by Elana A. Mugdan (Comedy) Producer Director's Cut is the story of Cassie Thompson, a college dropout and ex-film student who decides to make a movie in an attempt to turn her dead-end life around. Written by Anonymous
The Thought Exchange
Film by Usher Morgan (Documentary) Producer, Editorial department, Director, Writer We do not live in the physical world! Where we really live is in the invisible world of experience. It is in this world, and only in this world, that we have infinite possibilities, and are safe and at peace at all times. As long as we don't realize that this is the world in which we truly live, not only does nothing in metaphysics make any sense, but no matter what we do, what methods we use, what systems we follow, we will not achieve what it is we truly want. Written by David Friedman
Worth Fighting For
Film (short) by Usher Morgan (Documentary) Producer, Director This emotional true story is a first-person account of artist Steve Alpert's journey of self-discovery to find purpose and meaning in his life and his art. After finishing college and not being drafted for service in Vietnam, Alpert moved on to a successful career as a television producer/director. Alpert's seemingly orderly life is upended by a brief but moving visit to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington that generates more questions than answers for him. However, he buries the questions until they flood back one fateful day in 2003, when he sees a photo in the NY Times of a downed U.S. Military blackhawk helicopter. Alpert begins to paint blackhawk images with no understanding of why or what he will do with the paintings. Alpert takes the reader on his journey of passion and transformation. Written by Steve Alpert
Film (short) by Usher Morgan (Comedy) Producer, Director The Jerk, by Christopher Mundie, explores a day in the life of a special kind of guy; the kind of guy you wouldn't want to have at your party or end up owing any favors to. You know the type, the cynical, sarcastic, self-centered, lying and conniving-he's The Jerk. Being a Jerk isn't so bad though, it can get you free coffee, wads of cash and a gigantic fish (if you're lucky). You can definitely hate him, but there's one thing you can't blame him for, and that's for bumping into him in the first place. Written by Anonymous